Medieval fortresses and parterre gardens, swimming pools and outdoor art galleries, riding horses and trolleys — there’s plenty of reason to venture outside the tasting room in Wine Country.
“Pét-nat” or pétillant naturel wines are light, playful sparklers. They're perfect for sunny days outdoors.
Local wineries are inviting guests for tours and tastings as mustard blooms between dormant vines that are shaped for the coming harvest season.
Here are Sonoma County's most exciting tasting room debuts in 2021, all of them highly recommended for ringing in 2022.
Travel-friendly jugs and growlers are hallmarks of summer in Wine Country. No need to worry about bringing a wine opener with you—just pop the top and enjoy.
Wineries are turning up the heat on summer fun. Here are a few tasting rooms and terraces to while away a summer's day.
Discover where to stay, play and dine in relaxed Russian River style.
The challenges of the past year have turned these Sonoma Valley chefs into small-scale entrepreneurs — and the results are delicious.
After being stopped in its tracks at the onset of the pandemic, the wine train is about to roll again.
The Healdsburg chef's ambitious new project includes a trilevel restaurant with two bars, a mezzanine dining loft, and an outdoor patio.